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    Top 5 Schools in Fenton

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    Top 5 Schools in Fenton

    Justin Becker

    Updated: August 10, 2020

    Fenton is a flourishing city in Michigan, with so much to offer its residents. If you have recently become a Fenton resident, you are probably still getting a feel for your new community.

    The reality is when you move to a new city, it takes time to settle in. Moreover, part of settling into your new manufactured home and surrounding neighborhood definitely involves getting the kids squared away.

    For instance, maybe you need to find a nearby park for your daughter’s soccer practice sessions, get a rundown of the day camps in the area for your son, or simply enroll them in a top school. Regardless of the task at hand, going at it alone or blindly will only make it that much harder to accomplish.

    So, if you are in fact looking to enroll your kids in the best schools in the area, but don’t know where to start, then look no further. Here is a comprehensive outline of the top five schools in Fenton.

    Overview

    In general, there are two Fenton school districts—Fenton Area Public Schools and Lake Fenton Schools. Together these districts account for more than half of the available educational institutions in the city. That said, overall, there are just under 20 schools in Fenton.

    In addition to public schools, you will find several private institutions, faith-based academies, and much more. Ultimately, if you are looking for an affordable public education for your kids, you will have a variety of options to consider. Note, there are no charter schools in the city of Fenton currently.

    The Top Pre-School

    In terms of pre-schools in the area, you will find approximately six pre-K centers. The majority of these learning centers are private or rather tuition-based. Nevertheless, these pre-schools offer great head start programs and ample structure for developing minds.

    With that said, the top Fenton pre-school is none other than Fenton Montessori Academy. Located, just off of North Leroy Street, this early-development learning center is an excellent choice for both infants and toddlers. Furthermore, this particular institution is open all year round and offers summer day camp, which for many people, is a godsent.

    Of course, if you are looking for a non-faith-based pre-school, then you should schedule a tour at Lake Fenton Child Development Center or Fenton Community ED Pre-School. Both schools have comparable programs and curriculums.

    The Top Elementary School

    Similarly, Fenton has roughly six elementary or primary schools to choose from. Many of these primary schools are K through grade 12 public institutions. However, there are a handful of traditional elementary schools that cover grades 3 through 5, in the city as well.

    In any case, our top primary pick is actually a tie between North Road Elementary School and Torrey Hill Intermediate School. North Road is a public K through grade 12 school with 443 students and is best known for its students’ overall academic progress.

    On the other hand, Torrey Hill Intermediate School covers grades 3 through 5 and has 473 students. This particular elementary school made it to our top five list because test scores are consistently higher than the state’s average, and students show great promise academically.

    The Top Middle School

    Fenton has a total of seven highly-ranked middle schools. Nonetheless, the top middle/upper elementary school here is Lake Fenton Middle School. Located on Torrey Road, this traditional school covers grades 6 through 8 and has just over 500 students.

    Besides high test scores and academic progress, this institution also gets rave reviews from parents. Thanks to this school’s hands-on approach to learning and expert teaching staff, children who need a little extra assistance are able to get it. Furthermore, Lake Fenton students excel when it comes to AP courses like Algebra 1; this is evident by the 97% pass rate, which is almost 25% higher than the state average. Thus, if you have a little math genius on your hands, you should seriously consider Lake Fenton Middle School.

    The Top High School

    Though there are a limited number of high schools in the area, Fenton’s are some of the best schools in all of Genesee County. Here, the top high school is, without a doubt, Fenton Senior High School.

    Located on West Shiawassee Avenue, this public K through grade 12 institution has over 1,170 students and has been the proud recipient of the 2018 College Success Award. Moreover, this high school has an almost perfect graduation rate, is extremely diverse, and boasts some of the highest SAT scores in the state. Therefore, it is not too surprising that this institution made it to the top five.

    Having said that, if your teen would benefit from a learning environment with a higher teacher to student ratio, then you should check out some of Fenton’s other comparable high schools with fewer students like North Road, Tomek-Eastern, and State Road Public Schools.

    The Top Private School

    Finally, Fenton is also home to six private schools, many of which are pre-schools or early development learning centers. However, there is one K through grade 8 private educational institution that offers an unparalleled learning experience—St. John The Evangelist Catholic School.

    Located on Lincoln Street, this faith-based private school is also our top pick for Fenton tuition-base/private institutions. This private school received our vote because students here excel both academically as well as spiritually. Plus, St. Johns offers a variety of extracurricular activities (music, arts, sports, etc.) and also has a 15 to 1 student-teacher ratio.

    Furthermore, parents and former students both speak highly of this institution’s teaching methods, approach to homework, overall leadership, character-building, and fair yet effective policies. Note, this school has a co-ed student body and has a dress code, ie. uniforms.

    Homeschooling and Distance Learning

    Something to keep in mind when you are perusing Fenton school districts is the likelihood that many of these schools will still be closed due to COVID-19 concerns. If students are not permitted to return to school grounds and classrooms in the fall, you need to be prepared.

    Thus, it is highly recommended that you start looking into homeschooling and any available distance learning programs offered by the above-mentioned schools. If the very thought of homeschooling or distance learning sends you into a tizzy, take a deep breath and remember there are several distance learning benefits like more parental involvement and a safer learning environment.

    Summary

    It is safe to say that a lot of pertinent information has been covered here. If you are like most people, you could probably benefit from a quick reference list of the best or rather top five schools in Fenton. So, without further ado, these are the schools you need to check out, starting from the top.

    • Fenton Montessori Academy (Tuition-based)
    • North Road Elementary School (Public)
    • Torrey Hill Intermediate School (Public)
    • Lake Fenton Middle School (Public)
    • Fenton Senior High School (Public)
    • St. John The Evangelist Catholic School (Private)

    Note: don’t forget to look into homeschooling and at-home learning programs offered in your district.

    Final Thoughts

    Ultimately, moving to a new city and settling into a new community is a lot of work. Moreover, once the boxes are unpacked, you know the fun doesn’t stop there, especially if you have kids.

    Unfortunately, there is a long list of things that need to be addressed in order for you and your family to be officially settled into your new mobile home. So, do yourself a favor, handle all the administrative items, like enrolling your kids in one of these top schools, sooner rather than later.

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    About The Author

    Justin Becker

    Justin Becker is a property owner in the state of Michigan and has a passion for managing communities. He owns both apartment complexes and mobile home communities and has been writing his own blogs for his properties for several years.
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